The Real World

Everyday there’s more and more technology to keep us more connected… at work:

The Real World

…at home:

The Real World

…even during our commute:

The Real World

With “social media” connecting us, there’s something missing. The real world. And real people.

You may not be able to change whether you need to work. But you can change how you get to work. Just changing a commute from four to two wheels makes a big difference.

Social Media

Not only that, once you’re outside the box, you’ll find yourself running into real people again. Lot’s of them. Doing interesting things, going interesting places. And there’s always time to stop and talk.

The Real World

You can use all social media you want, but it turns out, bicycles are a better way to actually connect.

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  • Jean July 21, 2013   Reply →

    I do have the option to work one day per wk. from home.

    So far I haven’t bitten on this option because I don’t mind my commute: it’s by bike and not super far from work. I have a lovely route that lots of people would envy.

    BUT now because of a major flood last month which over 100,000 people were evacuated from downtown and various other parts, our work building downtown was seriously damaged in terms electrical and telecommunications systems, I am working from home.

    For first time I can remote into work…so it’s put me in this time of work tender-leash frame of mind. I don’t quite like it.

    No, I’m not a cellphone user. And no, you can’t put 14,000 employees exclusively on cellphone use (for the next flood, God forbid). It doesn’t work with lousy reception, etc. and trying to interact with clients when you collaborate virtually by using specialized software.

    But I may as well enjoy it temporarily for next few weeks.

  • Ted Johnson August 3, 2013   Reply →

    Bikeyface, if you know Greg Goddamn Hum, then perhaps you ARE cool.

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